The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 27, 1959
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fr-Alflona (Id.) Upp«r D*i Mfttntt thuriday, Aug. 27, 1959 . . AROUND ALGONA . . Mr and Mrs Charles McVny \vcre at Webster City Saturday at the hofne of Mrs McVdy's father, Rev. Joseph Share, at' a family reunion. It was the first time the family had been together in several years. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seely and daughter, Kendra and Mary Ann Sigsbee left Saturday for a few d«ys at Oak Grove Point resort at Pequot Lakes. Minn. Mrs Harold Sorenson. who runs the resort is Mrs Soelv's sister. Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson and Mr and Mrs< Hnrold Schumakcr spent the weekend at the Lloyd Pratt cottage at Clear Lake, the Frntts were visiting Mr and Mrs Ray Cook who are vacationing at Lake Okoboji. Mrs R. H. Galbraiih became a grandmother for the first time, Tuesday. August 18. when a daughter was born to her son and wife. Mr and Mrs Jirn Galbraith at DCS Moines. The baby has been named Kathy Lynn. Maternal grandparents ar.e Mr and Mrs Melvin Rieken of Burl. The younger Mrs Galbraith is the former Judy Rieken. Mrs Mildred Puiz is being visited this week by her daughter^ Mrs Don Price and son, Kclley of Sioux City. Tom Hutchison is in Chicago this week attending the Pan- American games. He is being accompanied by a friend from Rockwell City. Mr and Mrs Craig Smith and family spent the weekend at Vacation Village at Lake Okoboji. —o— Mr and Mrs Richard Norton and Siri. Leslie and Lynn returm- ed Monday from a vacation trip" to Chicago. .—o— Mrs Gerald Ferris entered St. Ann hospital for medical treatment Monday. It is expected that she will have to remain there for several more days. —o— The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will have its first luncheon meeting after the sum- mer vacation September 3. Mrs John Hayes will bo in charge of the program. Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith have as (heir guests the latler's brother-in-law and sister, Mr nnd Mrs Frank Harrirmtn. and Mrs Gladys Gockley of Garden Grove, Calif, who arrived Friday. The visitors plan to leave the latter part of the week to join friends in Michigan for a trip to Nova Scotia. Mrs Homer Lindhorst was released from St. Ann hospital Monday and is now at her home here. She had major surgery at Mason City several weeks ago, later tranferring to the hospital here. Mr and Mrs Wes Bartlett and Barbara, Bill and Brett were guests of Mr and Mrs Burns Smith, Spirit Lake, at their cottage at Lake Okoboji over the weekend. Mr and Mrs, Gail Towne have returned from a trip to Santa Maria, Calif, where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Lt. Coy. and Mrs R. E. Clapper and family. Mrs Clapper is the former Betty Lou Towne. —o— Mrs Dave Hankins, the former Jane Wibben, and son Kurt have left to join Mr Hankins in Germany where he is stationed with the armed forces. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips had as their guest for several days this week, the lattcr's sister, Mrs Dorothy Parks who returned to her home in Oltumwa, Tuesday. , .-./v,_ j, Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles will be hosts to their couple card club Sunday evening. —o— — Circles of the United Presbyterian Women's Organization will meet for the first time after the summer recess Sept. 3. Circle A meets at 2'p.m. at .the home of Mrs A. F. Agena with Mrs-R. S. Blossom assisting; Circle. Bj. 2:15, Mrs Frank Ostrum, .hostess, Mrs, Charles Redemske, assisting, .program, Mrs Dean Jergenson; Circle C, 2 p.m. Mrs Elmert Langmack, hostess, Mrs Harold Hobson, co-TWUl Gradual* hostess, program, Mrs Mattio McWhorter; Circle D, Mrs Oran Hudson, hostess. Mrs Cecil Me- Ginnis, co-hostess, program, Mrs O. B. Harmcs. Several member* of the choir of the Methodist church here will sing in the massed choir concert sit the Clay County Fair at Spencer Sept. "13. Taking part will be Willard Snustad, Mrs Wes Bartlett, Mrs John Hayes, Mrs Everett Steven, Mrs Ernest Hutchison, Mrs L. J. Reed, Mrs Wallace McDougall. Mrs Louis Kclley and Mis Newton Coughenour. — o — Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler are on a trip to Portland, Oregon where they are visiting Mr.s Dorweiler's brother. •— o — Tom Klnsey arrived home Thursday from Washington, D.C. where he was recently discharged after serving three years in the navy. He is visiting his parents. Mr and Mrs E. S. Kinsey here, and will enroll at Iowa State University at Ames this fall. Driver Charged After His Auto Hits Truck "*"An Oskaloosa driver, George W. Christophel, : 23, was charged with failing to have control of his vehicle after his auto crashed into the rear of a truck driven by Maurice > W. Blair, 20, Swea City, on highway 9 a mile east of Swea City at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday. Patrolman Dick Pederscn investigated the crash. Both vehicles were headed west at the time of the crash. Blair began to turn north and the Christophel machine slammed into the rear of the truck. There was no estimate of damage to the vehicles. Two Fined $25 On Intoxication Two men, Ben Binns, Wesley, and Ted Fisher, Algona, each paid $25 and costs in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week following hearings on charges of intoxication. In other mayor's court cases, 'Beverly Christensen, shown above, will be graduated from the school of nursing of Methodist hospHal at Sioux City in ceremonies Sept. 1. She is the daughter of Mrs Elvira Christensen and the late H. N. Christensen of Burt. She has accepted a position at Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. Fred Pannkuk, Lakota, paid $5 and costs, stop light violation^ Tony Menzafi, address unknown, $5 and costs, disorderly conduct;. Larry Householder, Lone Rock, $5 and costs, careless driving; Francis Fandel, Whittemore, $5 ' and costs, illegal U-turn; and Robert Von Bank, Algona, $5 and costs, failing, to yield right-of- way. Fandel's fine was suspended. Five Wedding Licenses Five wedding licenses were, issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson during the week. They went to: Aug. 20 — Howard R. Kirken- J dall and Agnes Engelhardt, Boone. Aug. 21 — Lloyd W. Herbers, Los Angeles, and Donna Olson, Lakota. Aug. 24 — Joseph L. Smith and Lavonne Hoffmann, Algona; and Lloyd C. Jones, Lincoln, Neb., arid Marjori4 Houck; Lone Rock. Aug. 25 — Rinerd Johnson, Lakota, and Wilma Burt, Swea City. LAYAWAY COAT SALE We'll Match » .'" ...... Your Down Payment! (Up to 10% of the marked retail price) Be Smart! Be Thrifty! Shop GRAHAMS terrific selections of new fall coats and scoop up a fashionwise buy at almost unbelievable savings! All top quality coats in the exciting silhouettes and colors that will be the talk of the town come Autumn! SAVINGS FALL COATS! $' to *99 00 AT RAY'S JACK SPRAT f SORRY! 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